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Category Archives: The Fine-tuning of the Universe
Two essential reads from this morning’s mail: Excerpt — The Infinite Complexity of Cells Is Following Jesus a “Politic?”
Astronomer Hugh Ross of Reasons to Believe (reasons.org), of whom much is heard in these pages, has long emphasized that all of natural history prior to mankind was fine-tuned to prepare the cosmos not for mankind simply, but for mankind … Continue reading
Here is a link to the latest from Reasons to Believe (reasons.org). Some scientists have maintained that the water habitable zone is wide because even if a planet is farther from its star, more carbon dioxide can keep the planet … Continue reading
Otis Graf is a member of Reasons to Believe’s Apologetics Community. He recently posted a message which deserves to be known to everyone. I have written often about “the fine-tuning of the universe” (see joshualetter/blog, “The Existence of God – … Continue reading
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The Search for Extraterrestrial Life continues. You’ve all heard of the “habitable zone” – the narrow range of distances from the host star at which a planet will have liquid water, an essential condition for life? Well actually it would … Continue reading
Here is a link to another blogger’s commentary on the very recent discovery of Kepler 452b, an “extrasolar” planet orbiting a nearby star, illustrating very intelligibly why so much fine-tuning is necessary in order for any planet to be habitable … Continue reading
Here are two recent articles from Reasons to Believe that I think you will find helpful and encouraging! Enjoy! http://www.reasons.org/articles/does-science-make-the-case-for-god-or-not-part-1-of-2 http://www.reasons.org/articles/how-we-keep-our-eyes-on-target